Friday, 14 December 2012
Healthy Skin, Hair and Nails Tips for the New Year
Nutrilite Biotin C Plus* is a great way to maintain a healthy balance of nutrients and ensure you stay looking your best. Below Nutrilite offers you some more handy tips for starting the New Year feeling great: - Keep Cool - As tempting as it may be to fire up a hot bath on a cold night, it is simply no good for your skin. A very hot bath or shower can break down the lipid barriers in the skin, this can result in a loss of moisture, leaving your skin dry and prone to cracking. Try using a warm temperature instead and moisturize straight after bathing whilst your skin is still moist so that you can trap in some of the water - Eat a Healthy Diet – You’ve heard it a thousand times, but it’s true, fresh fruit and vegetables as well as whole grains are vital to your health. In addition drinking more water enables the kidneys to flush toxins from the body, resulting in healthy skin, hair and nails. Alternatively, supplement use is a great way to get your body what it needs, try Nutrilite Concentrated Fruit and Vegetables* as a handy option for when you don’t have time to eat properly. - Quit stressing and start sweating! – Cortisol is a hormone the body releases when we are stressed. Excess cortisol can result in oily skin and other skin related problems. Try to get in some light to moderate exercise a few days a week, even when you don’t feel like it. - Add some zinc to your diet – A lack of zinc can lead to hair loss, as well as a flaky dry scalp. Zinc helps your body repair itself, boosts immunity levels and fights adult acne. Nutrilite Zinc Mineral Sticks* are a quick and easy way to get your daily fix. - Stay dry – make sure you keep your feet and hands dry, wear 100% cotton socks as they are great for absorption and air out your shoes after you’ve been outside. If you are getting around with damp feet your nails may become infected. Never leave the house with wet hair this leaves it exposed to the elements and more like to become damaged and discoloured. When styling your hair try not to blast it on the highest setting, use a low heat for styling. Relevant Products • Nutrilite Biotin C Plus £15.10 for 90 tablets • Nutrilite Concentrated Fruit and Vegetables £24.20 for 60 tablets • Nutrilite Zinc Mineral Sticks £17.50 for 30 sticks Editor’s Note: Nutrilite is the world’s number one selling vitamin and dietary supplements brand. Part of the Amway Group portfolio, Nutrilite products are enjoyed by millions of customers in over 55 countries, including the athletes at AC Milan. What makes Nutrilite different? • Nutrilite’s products can be traced back to their source as they are grown, harvested and processed on its own certified organic farms. For example, the pomegranates and alfalfa which are in Nutrilite’s Double X product are grown on the 45-hectare Lake View Farm in California • Carl Rhenborg, the founder of Nutrilite, was a pioneer in the vitamins and minerals industry as in 1934 he produced his first plant-based multivitamin product. Nutrilite is now under the careful management of Carl’s son, Dr. Sam Rhenborg • At the Nutrilite Health Institute in California experts conduct over 25,000 products tests a month, ensuring that customers know that what they are buying is safe • Nutrilite products are suitable for all demographics, such as chewable multivitamins to help children get their ‘five-a-day’, iron folic acid for expecting mothers and calcium magnesium to help calm stressed workers The ‘Nutrilite Family Health – Naturally’ campaign aims to encourage people to think of different ways to be healthy, for more information please visit www.facebook.com/nutrilitefamilyhealthnaturally or @nutrilitefamily. Amway has over three million distributors through its direct selling programme, 25,000 of which are based in the UK. For sales information please visit the Nutrilite website (http://www.amway.co.uk/en/our-brands/nutrilite), call +44 (0)1908 629400 or visit the London experience centre at Victoria House, Southampton Row, WC1B 4DA.
Posted by Steve Munford at 10:13